EXCLUSIVE: ZAOGA’s bishop Soko preaches inspirational sermon in SAby SAVIOUS KWINIKA
JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) – THE Zimbabwe Assemblies of God Africa (ZAOGA) Forward In Faith Ministries has held a moving sermon in Johannesburg in neighbouring South Africa.
ZAOGA Bishop for South Africa, Elias Soko, presided over the religious ceremony in the suburb of Berea near Hillbrow.
He urged Christians to desist from sin but do the will of Jehovah God.
“If you labour for God, He shall surely reward you! God is not an abuser of His people, neither a robber who robs His people! God does not forget you while people love you because you have things, but once you start facing challenges in life, people always leave you alone.
“People come and go….so please always remember not to do things to please people, but do things for Jehovah God. Governments come and go, people expire, but Jehovah God reins forever, so learn to trust in the Lord for everything,” preached bishop Soko.
He said in over 30 years of his worship in the House of God, Jehovah God had fulfilled every promise instilling peace in the world, healing the sick, giving jobs to the jobless, giving children to the barren and blessing those that call His name with the Holy Ghost.
“The Holy Ghost is our advocate, Holy Spirit can defend us, Holy Spirit can comfort us and the Holy Ghost makes life very comfortable,” bishop Soko preached.
He read several scriptures ranging from 1 Corinthians 15:58, Revelation 22:12, Ruth 2:11-12, Hebrews 6:10-11, Romans 8:11, among other verses that supported his teachings.
People in Berea appeared filled by the Holy Spirit immediately after he stepped from the pulpit as he prayed for Holy Spirit to pour on each and every person present.
The sick were healed with numerous testimonies being made aftermath.
Founded by Ezekiel Guti, ZAOGA, also known as Forward In Faith International Ministries, is a Pentecostal church incepted in 1960.
The church was established in 122 nations, with over 2 000 churches in Southern Africa.
– CAJ News
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